Enjoy your meals at your leisure at one of three stellar, onboard restaurants, and spend your evenings relaxing and enjoying entertainment at our Casino and Piano Bar, La Palette Lounge, or the Grand Salon. Whether you choose to indulge your body, mind, or spirit, you’re sure to find an activity to match your passion on the m/s Paul Gauguin.
Nowhere else is the French art de vivre – the art of living – more evident than in the sensory pleasures of our moveable feasts. Of course, at every meal select wines are generously poured, compliments of the house. All part of the legendary tasting and temptings that you’ll encounter aboard our ship. Ask any former guest of Paul Gauguin . This is the finest food served in the South Seas.
Enjoy an ambiance reminiscent of Paris. Delectable fine French cuisine with a Polynesian accent is presented with attentive service and personal attention.
Enjoy grilled favorites, salads and fresh tropical fruits in an open and casual atmosphere near the poolside. Dinner is transformed into cozy indoor/outdoor dining. Dinner reservations are required.
An unforgettable voyage view offers indoor and al fresco French dining for breakfast and lunch. Enjoy the finest French cuisine and wine selections in elegant French Bistro dining experience. Dinner reservations are required.
Casino and Piano Bar
On any evening, pulses run high in the Le Casino. Or when refreshments are in order, the Piano Bar provides a warmly relaxing environment.
Le Grand Salon
Watch spectacular performances, such as an electrifying Polynesian show featuring the arts of the islands in the main lounge. One night it might be the soaring acappella harmonies of himene songs. Another might feature a thrilling performance of ote'a - a complex line dance accompanied by drums telling the ancestral legends of the Polynesian people. Later in your cruise, you'll have a chance to learn how
to dance in true Polynesian style from our wonderful Gauguines performers.
La Palette Lounge
Sing along at the piano bar in this spectacular observation lounge atop the ship. At night it's transformed into a romantic nightclub
where a chanteuse sings the Parisian blues and couples sway on the indoor/outdoor dance floor.